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CITIZENS THEATRE 119 Gorbals Street Glasgow G5 9DS

BUSES A large number of buses stop outside the theatre on Gorbals Street including 5, 7, 12, 20, 31, 37, 66, 67, 74, 75 & 267.

BY FOOT A short walk from the Merchant City and Trongate, straight across Victoria Bridge onto Gorbals Street.

TRAIN 20 minute walk from Queen Street or Central Station, 10 minute walk from Argyle Street Station.

SUBWAY The nearest underground stop is BRIDGE STREET which is 5 mins walk from the theatre.

CAR PARK FREE car parking is available in our own car park adjacent to the theatre building. entry is via Crown Street & laurieston road only. refer to map.

bar & cafe A friendly and cosy place to enjoy a drink before and after the show. The bar and café are open one hour prior to performance times and we stay open until midnight on Friday and Saturday nights. +FREE WiFi Access

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Welcome to our neW season The Citizens Theatre is a dynamic cultural hub, making exceptional work for adults and young people, offering pioneering community projects, developing unique partnerships and touring nationally and internationally. We believe we’re creating something special at the Citizens and this season we’ve put together a programme of work that reflects our unique place in Glasgow and the extraordinary range of work we do. Productions here include the world premiere of Backbeat, a co-production with london West end producer karl Sydow about the early years of The Beatles; My Name is Rachel Corrie, a powerful, award-winning play about a young American protester whose life was tragically ended in Palestine; a major new collaboration with the royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama on Chekhov’s Three Sisters; our third main stage Community Company production in four years with a cast of over 30, The Grapes of Wrath; and a brilliant world premiere about contemporary British life overheard in ordinary conversations, One Million Tiny Plays About Britain. TAG also go out on the road this spring with Meep & Moop, a new show for 3-5 years olds, touring to nurseries across Scotland. We also welcome visiting shows from across the Uk including the British premiere of The Furies by the radical playwright neil la Bute as part of a trilogy celebration, edinburgh Festival hits The Event and Morecambe, a week

of top headline acts from the Glasgow International Comedy Festival and an easter week of family fun from Wee Stories with Treasure Island. in the last year we’ve won a number of awards for our work: The Stage’s Best Actor Award for Billy Mack and The herald ‘little Devil’ Award for Michele Gallagher, both for The Sound of My Voice at the edinburgh Festival; a CATS Award for Best Production for Children and young People for liar and an Arts & Business Award for our new partnership with the St enoch Centre on The Wizard of oz. We’ve also received many nominations in the past year, including two from the prestigious TMA Awards; Museum of Dreams for Best Show for Children and young People and David leddy for Best Director for Sub rosa. recently we’ve also been working with a multitude of project partners including the national library of Scotland, Sense over Sectarianism, Turning Point Scotland, rape Crisis Scotland, inglefield hostel, north lanarkshire Council, Arts and Theatres Trust Fife, Bridging the Gap and CreATe, amongst many others where we provide opportunities for people’s artistic and personal development. There are so many good reasons to be a part of the Citizens Theatre this Spring – please join us.

JEREMY RAISON & GUY HOllANDS ARTISTIC DIRECTORS

i’M A CITIZEN

The Citizens Theatre has found the perfect balance between friendly accessibility and theatrical glamour. i always look out for what shows are coming up because i have seen so many well considered plays and honest performances here over the years. i know that even if i don’t love the show there will be something about it that affects me. i have never left this theatre feeling indifferent. lUCY GOlDIE, AUDIENCE MEMBER

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World premiere of a new stage version of one of the UK’s best-loved cult British films.

love story born out of the famous summer when The Beatles made their name in the city of hamburg.

“he had to choose between his best friends, the woman he loved and the greatest rock ‘n’ roll band in the world.” Backbeat is the story of the fifth Beatle, Stuart Sutcliffe (the band’s original bassist), and the two most important people in his life: John lennon and Astrid kirchherr.

inseparable friends, John and Stuart, become entwined in a fiery triangular relationship as Stuart falls madly in love with Astrid. Ultimately Stuart must choose between his deep loyalty for John, a future with the greatest band in history or following his heart and pursuing a life as an artist with the woman of his dreams.

re-imagined for the stage by the original writer and director of the acclaimed 1994 film, iain Softley, this new production of Backbeat is a passionate and vivid portrayal of a

receiving its world premiere here at the Citizens, this is an unmissable opportunity to see a play with live music about the early years of one of the most iconic bands in history.

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Cast includes: isabella Calthorpe and Andy knott. Also oliver Bennett, Jamie Blackley, Daniel healy and Charles Swift Featuring 13 hit songs including: Good Golly Miss Molly, Please Mr Postman, Twist and Shout, love Me Tender, Money (That’s What I Want) and many more! DireCTeD By IAIN SOFTlEY SeT AnD CoSTUMe DeSiGn By CHRISTOPHER ORAM liGhTinG DeSiGn By HOWARD HARRISON SoUnD DeSiGn By PAUl GROOTHUIS

MAIN THEATRE Tue 9 Feb – Sat 6 Mar, 7.30pm *includes Monday performances PREvIEWS Tue 9, Wed 10 & Thu 11 Feb, 7.30pm MATINEES All Sat, 2.30pm (except Sat 13 Feb) AUDIO DESCRIBED PERFORMANCE Thu 18 Feb, 7.30pm CAPTIONED PERFORMANCE Wed 24 Feb, 7.30pm SIGNED PERFORMANCE Thu 25 Feb, 7.30pm See booking information for prices.


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TAken FroM The WriTinGS oF RACHEl CORRIE eDiTeD By AlAN RICKMAN AnD KATHARINE vINER on March 16, 2003, rachel Corrie, a twenty-three-year-old American, was killed by an israeli bulldozer in the Gaza Strip as she was trying to prevent the demolition of Palestinian homes. My name is rachel Corrie is a onewoman play composed from rachel’s own journals, letters, and emails – creating a portrait of a messy, skinny, articulate, Salvador Dali-loving chainsmoker (with a passion for the music of Pat Benatar), who left home and school in olympia, Washington, “to support Palestinian non-violent resistance to israel’s military occupation.”

My name My name is is

rachel corrie

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rachel’s original writings were edited by British actor Alan rickman and Guardian editor katharine Viner. in the three sold-out london runs since its royal Court premiere, the piece has been surrounded by both controversy and impassioned proponents, and has garnered awards at every turn. rachel Corrie’s writings have been translated into Arabic, hebrew, French, italian and Spanish and this powerfully honest insight into one of the most complicated international political conflicts continues to resonate across the world. Find out more about The rachel Corrie Foundation for Peace and Justice rachelcorriefoundation.org

DireCTeD By ROS PHIlIPS PerForMeD By MAIRI PHIllIPS STAllS STUDIO Tue 2 – Sat 20 March, 7.30pm PREvIEWS Tue 2 & Wed 3 March, 7.30pm See booking information for prices.

“ A powerful, thoughtprovoking and deeply moving piece of theatre.” DAIlY TElEGRAPH

“ Theatre can’t change the world. But what it can do, when it’s as good as this, is to send us out enriched by other people’s passionate concern.” GUARDIAN


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CITIZENS THEATRE AND THE ROYAL SCOTTISH ACADEMY OF MUSIC AND DRAMA

THREE SISTERS BY ANTON CHEKHOV Translated by Stephen Mulrine

One of Chekhov’s finest plays, Three Sisters is an epic family saga. One year after the death of their father, three daughters living in a small provincial town dream of escaping to Moscow to find a life worthy of their intellect and station. Instead they find themselves trapped, lonely and despairing, unable to extricate themselves from their rustic surroundings. But the arrival of a charming officer turns their world upside down and reminds them that happiness is possible. Chekhov believed that life is lived in ordinary moments and this classic play aches with unrequited love and perpetual longing. Final year students from the RSAMD bring energy and vitality to this new interpretation of a timeless masterpiece.

DIRECTED BY GUY HOLLANDS MAIN THEATRE Tue 30 March – Sat 3 April, 7.30pm Ticket price Full price £10, £7 all concessions Tuesday evening: all tickets £7

PLASTICINE By Vassily Sigarev Translated by Sasha Dugdale Directed by Adrian Osmond Wed 31 March – Sat 3 April Circle Studio, £10 full price, £7 conc In tandem with Three Sisters, the RSAMD present Plasticine. Trapped in an urban chaos, teenage outcast Maksim gets in more trouble than he can handle. His only retreat is into a private universe that he moulds from plasticine, and out of which springs a final act of reckless courage. A mesmerising odyssey into the lower depths of present-day Russia.

Springboards A new and unique industry partnership between the RSAMD and the Citizens Theatre. Scotland’s conservatoire for drama training and one of its most iconic theatre companies have come together to establish a new and ambitious long-term collaboration to provide vocational education and training. As ‘professionals in training’, Springboards will provide a secure progression route as final year students move from full time education into the world of work. Over 40 students will collaborate with professional directors, designers, actors, stage managers and technicians to create two productions. 08 | 09


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britain By CRAIG TAYlOR ADAPTeD By ROS PHIlIPS play no. 39 ( Asalesassistantspeakstoa customerinashopinGlasgow) “ …oh, I know. And for shoes I can recommend at least seven places. So yeah, it’s a lot different around here. Changes. Yeah. Apparently they used to make… (pause) …Ships” racing through the high streets, low streets, fields and suburbs of the British isles, overheard conversations reveal glimpses of modern life. Middle-aged Tom pleads for his job to his Blackberry savvy team leaders, a mother shares her paranoia about Santa’s lapsed criminal record check, and a tractor driver declares his disillusion with drum and bass. These scenes and many others bring together a portrait of a country both enriched and plagued with culture clashes.

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originally a popular column in the Guardian newspaper, these brilliantly funny and at times heartbreaking snapshots of life in Britain have been adapted to create high octane montage theatre – a reflection on the state we’re in.

DireCTeD By ROS PHIlIPS CIRClE STUDIO Tue 18 May – Sat 5 June, 7.45pm PREvIEW Tue 18 & Wed 19 May, 7.45pm See booking information for prices.

“ So raw and authentic we want to believe they’re unprocessed reportage, so tightly packed with meaning and so juicily satisfying we know they must be laced with fiction.” MICHEl FABER (AWARD WINNING NOvElIST)


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Driven from their home, the Joad family make the monumental trek westward to California, joining thousands of other migrants in search of land, jobs and dignity. Seduced by the prospect of a new life they invest everything they have in the journey. Their hopes rise and crumble as they struggle to survive the crossing – California may not be the promised land after all. The Grapes Of Wrath is a story about the endurance of the human spirit and how simple solidarity can pull a population through its darkest times. Nobel Prize winner John Steinbeck’s epic American novel about the Great Depression is given new life by this 30-strong community cast, the perfect canvas for a large ensemble, in a timely production about human resilience in the face of economic exploitation.

DIRECTED BY NEIL PACKHAM & ELLY GOODMAN DESIGNED BY NEIL HAYNES

MAIN THEATRE Wed 19 – Sat 22 May, 7.30pm Matinee Sat 22 May, 2.30pm Ticket price £10 full price, standard concessions Sponsored by

BY JOHN STEINBECK ADAPTED BY TIM BAKER 12 | 13

This production is performed by actors drawn from the Citizens Community Company, Citizens Young Co. and new actors from Turning Point Scotland. This is the Citizens third community theatre project with Turning Point and marks a welcome return to the main stage of our own Community Company.


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i’M A CITIZEN

i am a Gorbals girl born and bred. i have been coming to this theatre since the days of the Variety Theatre before it even became the Citizens. you’ll never beat live theatre, it takes you away from your own life for a couple of hours. This place is so important, providing entertainment not just for the lucky Gorbals residents who have it on their doorstep but for all the people of Glasgow.

i’ve been coming to drama classes for about a year now and it’s a really great place. When i walked through the doors i didn’t know anyone but now i’ve made quite a few friends through it. We cover a lot of stuff and it is something new each week. i like that it isn’t too structured. We are given a lot of freedom. We are often given a simple stimulus and are allowed to branch off and go nuts with it!

ANNIE DIxON, AUDIENCE MEMBER

ERIC lENNOx-DEvION, DRAMA ClASS ATTENDER (13-15 YEARS)

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DiAloGUe ProDUCTionS in ASSoCiATion WiTh MerCUry TheATre ColCheSTer, yVonne ArnAUD GUilDForD & The BUSh TheATre

the furies / lanD of the DeaD / helter sKelter By NEIl lABUTE A stunning trilogy by award-winning playwright, screen writer and film director Neil laBute.

rUnninG To PArADiSe

the chinG room / the moira monoloGues By AlAN BISSETT

in these dazzling short pieces, laBute charts the trajectories of three different couples in contemporary America and their responses to sudden changes in their lives. Cast: Patrick Driver, Frances Grey, Stuart laing Recommended for 15+ DireCTeD By PATRICIA BENECKE CIRClE STUDIO Tue 16 – Sat 20 Feb, 7.30pm POST SHOW DISCUSSION Thu 18 Feb

A double bill of two one-act plays by Scottish writer Alan Bissett. THE CHING ROOM When you’ve got to go, you’ve got to go. But not if you’re rory, and there’s a weird and dangerous stranger in the cubicle who seems to know too much about your secrets and wants to introduce you to the mysterious ‘Boss Ching’. What results is a battle of wills and wits, as rory realises too late the peril he’s in and, even worse, starts to like it. Can rory escape before the stranger tempts him into crossing a line that will change his life forever?

TIMES WHEN I BITE: THE MOIRA MONOlOGUES Alan Bissett performs his own onewoman show, a series of stories from Falkirk’s hardest woman, Moira Bell. Whether defending her ‘snookelums pookelums’ from the local rottweiler, attempting to seduce a teacher in the school where she works as a cleaner, or belting out Diana ross for the Scotia karaoke night, Moira is hilarious and heart-warming company.

DireCTeD By CHERYl MARTIN

A thoroughly entertaining performance from one of Scotland’s most exciting young writers.

First presented as part of oran Mor’s ‘A Play, A Pie & A Pint’ series.

DireCTeD By SACHA KYlE

a funny valentine THE STORY AND MUSIC OF CHET BAKER It’s 1961 and Chet Baker, voted best jazz trumpeter in the world, is in an Italian jail sharing his cell with a storyteller. 28 years later, on the night he died, Chet shared a hotel room in Amsterdam with the storyteller. only the storyteller knows what really happened – and now he’s telling it.

nArrATeD By MIKE MARAN MUSiC By COlIN STEElE & ROBERT PETTIGREW DireCTeD By PATRICK SANDFORD

CIRClE STUDIO Tue 9 – Sat 13 Feb, 7.30pm

With live music arranged and performed by Colin Steele (trumpet) & robert Pettigrew (piano).

CIRClE STUDIO Tue 16 – Sat 20 March, 7.30pm

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Recommended for 15+

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(Arches Theatre Award Winner 2009)

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chris aDDison

Jenny eclair – live!

At last! Mr Chris Addison of Bafta Award-winning comedy The Thick of it, as well as in The loop, Skins and lab rats is back with a brand new show of his critically acclaimed stand-up. Daftness! Whimsy! Jokes! lies! Smartarsery! Flapping about! All present and correct.

Self appointed grumpy team captain of Grumpy old Women live and Grumpy old Women live 2: Chin Up Britain, Jenny eclair is back on the road with a one-off stand-up show special. After six years of writing books (ok one book), hosting radio shows, doing plays and hanging out with the ‘Grumpy posse’, eclair returns to the festival with her critically acclaimed stand-up show. (obviously she won’t be standing up all the time; she’ll need to sit down now and again to stop her ankles swelling). So… expect lots of stuff about motherhood, sausages, the etiquette of alcohol, clothes rage, why parties are rubbish and the joys of cantering. if you are going to treat yourself to a ticket, please laugh and clap very loudly, as she is a bit deaf and her hormones are all over the place. Men, accompanied or on the loose, most welcome.

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maGners GlasGoW international comeDy festival The Citizens is proud to host some of the headline acts from this year’s line-up.

steWart lee: if you prefer a milDer comeDian, please asK for one. Fresh from his critically acclaimed BBC Show, Stewart lee’s Comedy Vehicle, Stewart will be sharing his opinions on, amongst other things: Top Gear, piglets, bees, iggy Pop, riots, cider adverts and emigration. For this, he will use various techniques such as: some punchy stuff near the top, inexplicable hostility towards relatively innocuous figures, silence, repetition, long routines experimenting with form rather than content, the possibility of failure, a quasi-serious bit at the end, and there might even be a song! Mon 15 March, 8pm Ticket price: £15

“ The funniest, most cliché-free comedian on the circuit.” RICKY ICKY G GERvAIS ERvAIS v vAIS

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Wed 17 March, 8pm Ticket price: £15

“ The best stand-up i’ve seen.” OBSERvER

As seen on live at the Apollo, Friday night with Jonathan ross, The Secret Policeman’s Ball , 8/10 Cats and have i Got news For you, Shappi khorsandi is one of the hottest comedy prospects in the country. Feisty, flirty and effortlessly funny she handles every subject with a razor sharp wit, softened only by her deliciously dizzy delivery and endless charm. Shappi khorsandi is also the best-selling author of A Beginners Guide to Acting english. Fri 19 March, 8pm Ticket price: £15

“ Britain’s best young female comic by any yardstick.” GUARDIAN

Thu 18 March, 8pm Ticket price: £15

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Wee STorieS in ASSoCiATion WiTh The CiTizenS TheATre

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TREASURE ISLAND By ROBERT lOUIS STEvENSON re-TolD By ANDY CANNON & IAIN JOHNSTONE By EURIPIDES in A neW VerSion By TOM PAUlIN Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned. Alone and betrayed by a husband she sacrificed everything for, Medea unleashes a horrific vengeance on her enemies, making both assassins and victims of her own children. Featuring one of the most powerful female roles in the history of drama, Medea is an intense story fuelled by passion, hatred and blistering rage. heroic yet deadly, sympathetic yet appalling, Medea’s barbaric actions will stir your emotions as you find yourself irresistibly drawn into the nightmare world of this spectacularly vengeful woman.

Celebrated for their highly charged performance style, northern Broadsides bring their trademark vitality, directness and energy to ignite the dramatic voltage of Tom Paulin’s gripping new version. DireCTeD By BARRIE RUTTER

MAIN THEATRE Tue 9 – Sat 13 March, 7.30pm

Blood, greed, murder and mutiny for all the family! Set sail with long John Silver and young Jim hawkins on a swashbuckling adventure where desperate men fight for hidden treasure, bloodthirsty pirates rule the high seas and danger lurks at every turn. Wee Stories present a thrilling version of the greatest pirate story of them all.

“ it is a certainty that Stevenson would have loved this version.” THE HERAlD

PREvIEW Tue 13, 2.30pm

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TICKETS Preview: all tickets £4 Standard performances: all tickets £7 Family discount tickets available – see booking information Suitable for everyone 8+ (not for the fainthearted…)

POST SHOW DISCUSSION Wed 10 March See booking information for prices

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JumpinG mouse Jump on the second bus – the driver’s saved you a seat. here’s Martin, who’s having a bad day (it’s tough being 9½). Come with him and meet a bullfrog blues band, a clapped-out bison, a forgetful wolf... and a very unusual little mouse, who’s about to have a very big adventure. Unpacked use live music and songs, puppetry, high-octane physicality and bits of a london bus to tell a magical

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MAIN THEATRE Tue 13 – Sat 17 April Wed 14, 2.30pm & 7pm Thu 15, 2.30pm Friday 16, 7pm Sat 17, 2.30pm & 7pm

story about growing up, adapted from a well-loved native American folktale. Recommended for 5+ MAIN THEATRE Sat 20 March, 2.30pm All TICKETS £7 Family discount tickets available – see booking information


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TheATre AliBi WiTh eXeTer norThCoTT & oXForD PlAyhoUSe

A SAliSBUry PlAyhoUSe AnD ShAreD eXPerienCe ProDUCTion

the ministry of fear

the Glass menaGerie

By GRAHAM GREENE

By TENNESSEE WIllIAMS

When Arthur rowe bumbles into a garden fête during the Blitz, he’s haunted by his past and innocent of his future. But from the moment he enters Mrs Bellairs’ fortune-teller’s tent he trips into a hell of corruption and betrayal where he’s way, way out of his depth. With a powerful whiff of hitchcock and echoes of film noir classic The Third Man, The Ministry of Fear is both taut espionage thriller and an unnerving portrait of a mind in free fall. Theatre Alibi brings its unique style to Graham Greene’s surreal masterpiece.

“ one of Britain’s most inventive companies” THE GUARDIAN

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ADAPTeD By DANIEl JAMIESON DireCTeD By NIKKI SvED DeSiGneD By TRINA BRAMMAN liGhTinG DeSiGn By MARCUS BARTlETT CoMPoSer & MUSiCAl DireCTor THOMAS JOHNSON

MAIN THEATRE Tue 20 – Sat 24 April, 7.30pm MATINEE Sat 24 April, 2.30pm See booking information for prices

Shared experience presents one of the most powerful family dramas ever written about love, longing and frustrated dreams.

Tennessee Williams’ autobiographical play is a brilliant and compelling portrait of a family in crisis and a classic of the twentieth century American theatre.

in the tenement apartments of St. louis, Amanda clings to memories of her idyllic youth in the South, where she was wooed by scores of rich, handsome suitors. With her husband long gone and her days of courtship over she is determined to find her daughter a husband. But laura is painfully shy, plays with her collection of glass animals and lives in a world of her own. When her brother invites a friend home for dinner, it is an evening that will be forever imprinted on their memories…

Cast includes Imogen Stubbs

DireCTeD By POllY TEAlE DeSiGn By NAOMI DAWSON liGhTinG By COlIN GRENFEll MUSiC By PETER SAlEM MoVeMenT By lIZ RANKEN MAIN THEATRE Tue 27 April – Sat 1 May, 7.30pm MATINEE Sat 1 May, 2.30pm See booking information for prices


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frost & fire

blue hen

A new night of acoustic music in a new venture for the Citizens, howie reeve presents an eclectic mix of the very best in acoustic music from established and up-and-coming artists. Plus there’s some Japanese Taiko drumming and puppetry thrown in to keep you marvelling at just what a gem of a night you have discovered in the intimate and cosy Circle Studio.

A neW CoMeDy By DES DIllON SAT 24 APRIl, 7.30PM Sokobauno Puppet Theatre, keith John Adams, Jenny reeve & Alasdair roberts. SAT 8 MAY, 9.30PM rM hubbert, issho Taiko Drummers, nerea Bello and lucy Duncombe & Cath and Phil Tyler.

CIRClE STUDIO TICKET PRICE: £10

By DES DIllON CIRClE STUDIO Tue 27 April – Sat 1 May, 7.30pm See booking information for prices

“ Des Dillon should be made available on the national health, such is his unstoppable ebullience.” THE SCOTSMAN

“ A brilliant storyteller of his people, of all people.” lESlEY RIDDOCH. 24 | 25

STArrinG Corrie’S CHARlES lAWSON (JiM McDonAlD) Des Dillon’s dark comedy Blue hen is a gritty, moving drama about two men who are out of work and out of patience in the roughest scheme in Coatbridge. But they’ve one thing going for them the power of their own imaginations. Paddy and John are two ordinary working class guys who are out of work and out of luck when they hit on a scheme to keep them occupied and keep their bellies full.

Des tells tall tales Sit back and sink into the crazy world of Des Dillon where stand up comedy meets one of Scotland’s most hilarious storytellers. With tremendous brio he spouts tales of epileptic dogs, dead cats, washing machines, religious apparitions, alcoholics, monks, chickens, catholics and protestants, the insane, policemen, prisoners, priests, nuns and the devil himself; all with tremendous wit, humour and speed!

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They’re going to rear chickens in their back green and sell the eggs for profit. But it’s not easy being the only honest men in Coatbridge’s roughest scheme and their venture doesn’t exactly go to plan. As their dreams of self-sufficiency crumble, a powerful story of friendship against the odds unfolds.

From the company that brought you the hugely successful Singin’ i’m no A Billy he’s A Tim. Recommended for 14+ Contains strong language

DireCTeD By GRAEME MAlEY MAIN THEATRE Wed 5 – Sat 8 May, 7.30pm See booking information for prices


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TheATre ToUrS inTernATionAl & FeATher ProDUCTionS

morecambe By TIM WHITNAll TheATre ToUrS inTernATionAl & ABSUrDUM inTernATionAl

the event By JOHN ClANCY A massive hit at the 2009 edinburgh Festival and winner of a Scotsman Fringe First Award, The event is a hugely acclaimed, beautifully conceived piece of theatre that masterfully delivers a profound and thoughtprovoking experience.

WriTTen & DireCTeD By JOHN ClANCY PerForMeD By DAvID CAlvITTO

The Man stands in a pool of light on the stage. he is an actor. We know this because he tells us so, but also because our past experience tells us that this is what actors do. he appears to be intelligent, but this might just be clever direction. There is a huge gap between what we assume and what we actually know. And the more he tells us, the less we think for ourselves. We are truly in the dark. Who do we think he is?

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TIMES HERAlD SCOTSMAN DAIlY MIRROR

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CIRClE STUDIO Tue 4 – Sat 8 May, 7.30pm

“ The event is a wake-up call to anyone who has ever wondered why it is that we know all the details of Jordan and Pete’s marriage breakup, but can’t say how many iraqis have died in the iraq war.” GUARDIAN

The man what brought us sunshine Fringe First Award winner at the 2009 edinburgh Festival and direct from the West end, Bob Golding’s extraordinary portrayal commemorates the 25th anniversary of eric Morecambe’s untimely final curtain, celebrating the wonderful life of Britain’s best-loved comic. A moving portrait of an affectionate lad with funny bones, a born entertainer, a big-hearted perfectionist... the tall one with glasses. So come laugh, come cry and celebrate Morecambe is a mustsee for all fans of classic British comedy.

“ Spectacularly wonderful. Bob Golding has hit the bullseye with this stunning portrayal of eric” RONNIE CORBETT TIMES SCOTSMAN lIST METRO DAIlY TElEGRAPH

STArrinG BOB GOlDING DireCTeD By GUY MASTERSON

MAIN THEATRE Tue 25 – Sat 29 May, 7.30pm MATINEE Sat 29 May, 2.30pm See booking information for prices


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MARY QUEEN OF SCOTS GOT HER HEAD CHOPPED OFF

By WIllIAM SHAKESPEARE

By lIZ lOCHHEAD A re-telling of the animosity and hatred between elizabeth i of england and Mary Queen of Scots. Capturing the extreme and ruthless tale with endless wit by Scotland’s most popular playwright liz lochhead.

MACBETH Blood, ambition, weird sisters, prophecies, a barren heath – it can only be one play, Macbeth. Glasgow College of nautical Studies drama students are delighted to perform their version of Shakespeare’s dark tragedy in the intimate space of the circle studio. DireCTeD By STEPHEN CAFFERTY

DireCTeD By MORvEN PRINGlE

Xlc theatre company in association With lanGsiDe colleGe THE lIEUTENANT OF INISHMORE By MARTIN McDONAGH “Who killed Wee Thomas?” on a lonely road on the island of inishmore, someone has cut short the life of Mad Padriacs beloved cat, and when he gets back from a stint of torture and chip shop bombings in the north someone is going to pay. A brutal, bloody and hilariously funny black comedy from olivier awardwinning playwright Martin McDonagh. DireCTeD By DAvID-lEE MICHAEl

CIRClE STUDIO Tue 2 & Wed 3 March, 7.30pm MATINEE Wed 3 March, 2.30pm TICKETS £8 full price, £6 all concessions

SUDDENlY lAST SUMMER By TENNESSEE WIllIAMS Catherine holly is a young woman who seems to go insane after her cousin Sebastian dies in mysterious circumstances during a european vacation. Sebastian’s mother threatens to have Catherine lobotomized in order to stop her revealing the truth about her son’s homosexuality and horrific death.

CIRClE STUDIO Tue 23 – Sat 27 Feb, 7.30pm

DireCTeD By EvElYN WAllACE

MATINEE Sat 27 Feb, 2.30pm

CIRClE STUDIO Fri 5 & Sat 6 March, 7.30pm

TICKETS Tue – Thu & matinees £7, Fri – Sat: £10 full price, £7 all concessions

MATINEE Fri 5 March, 2.30pm TICKETS £8 full price, £6 all concessions This play is presented by special arrangement with The University of the South, Sewanee, Tennessee, USA.

CIRClE STUDIO Tue 9 – Sat 13 March, 7.30pm MATINEE Sat 13 March, 2.30pm TICKETS £8 full price, £6 all concessions Matinee: all tickets £6

the Dance school of scotlanD The MUSiCAl TheATre CoUrSe OUR HOUSE By TIM FIRTH MUSiC AnD lyriCS By MADNESS The students of the Musical Theatre course from the Dance School of Scotland make their annual return to the Citizens following last year’s triumphant success with The hot Mikado. our house is a funny, boisterous, gritty, modern day love story. The musical won the 2003 olivier Award for the Best Musical and features 15 hit Madness songs. it tells the story of Joe Casey, his 16th birthday and a fateful life-changing decision. DireCTeD By GERRY RAMAGE MAIN THEATRE Wed 9 - Sat 12 June 7.30pm MATINEE Sat 12 June, 2.30pm TICKETS £10 full price, £8 children & students

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Drama classes

easter acaDemy

summer acaDemy

our weekly drama classes for 4-15 year olds get the theatre buzzing at weekends.

4-5 YEARS 10am-12noon or 1-3pm Mon 12 – Fri 16 April

1 WEEK COURSES FOR

Drama increases self-confidence and social skills, encourages children to use their creativity and imagination, plus it’s lots of fun! Professional drama tutors lead the classes, which run to coincide with school terms.

An action packed drama week to keep youngsters occupied during spring break. Meet new friends and have lots of fun!

sprinG term 9 January – 21 March 2010 (10 sessions) no sessions on 13-14 February.

summer term 24 April – 20 June 2010 (8 sessions) no sessions on 29-30 May.

classes & times TEENAGERS @ CITZ 13-15 years

Saturdays

Saturdays

9-12 years

10.30-11.30am & 2-3pm 11.45am-12.45pm, 3.15-4.15pm & 3.45-5pm 2-3.30pm

Sundays 4-5 years 6-8 years

12 noon-1pm & 3-4pm 1.30-2.30pm, 2-3.15pm & 4.30-5.30pm 9-10 years 12 noon-1.30pm & 2-3.30pm 11-12 years 12 noon-1.30pm & 4-5.30pm

13-15 years 3.45-5.15pm

Sundays 13-15 years 4-5.30pm

COST £5.50 per child per session, paid in one installment Spring term: £55 Summer term: £44 A free cup of tea, coffee or juice is available from our café bar for any parents who wish to wait. We also have a free car park + free WiFi available Call the box office now to book a place on 0141 429 0022.

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COST 4-5 years 6-8 years 9-12 years

£55 (£45 conc) £90 (£70 conc) £90 (£70 conc)

Deposit required. For more information or to book call the Box Office on 0141 429 0022. limited concession places available.

KIDS @ CITZ 4-12 years 4-5 years 6-8 years

6-8 YEARS & 9-12 YEARS 9am-3pm Mon 12 – Sat 17 April

our hugely popular Summer Academy is back for its third year with even more courses to choose from! Meet new friends, have great fun and learn new drama skills in one of Scotland’s best loved theatres.

4-5 years 10am-12noon or 1-3pm Mon 5 – Fri 9 July Mon 19 – Fri 24 July 6-8 years 9am-3pm Mon 5 – Sat 10 July, Mon 12 – Sat 17 July 2 WEEK COURSES FOR 6-8 years 9am-3pm, Mon 19 – Sat 31 July 9-12 years 9am-3pm Mon 5 – Sat 17 July Mon 19 – Sat 31 July 13-16 years 10am-4pm, Mon 19 – Sat 31 July COST 4-5 years 6-8 years (1 wk) 6-8 years (2 wk) 9-12 years 13-16 years

£55 (£45 conc) £90 (£70 conc) £180 (£140 conc) £180 (£140 conc) £180 (£140 conc)

Deposit required. For more information or to book call the Box Office on 0141 429 0022. limited concession places available.

ARTS & CRAFTS DROP-IN ClUB 3-5pm every day, for 6-12 year olds During both easter and Summer Academy we also run our very own arts and crafts drop-in sessions. Just £3 per day (no booking required).


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lEARNING

lEARNING

niGhtschool ACTING ClASSES FOR ADUlTS Suitable for adults who want to try their hand at performing. A fun and informal introduction to acting skills. lEvEl 1 Beginners Tuesdays 7-9pm

sprinG term

lEvEl 2 Intermediate Mondays 5.30-7.30pm

level 1 Tue 19 January – Tue 23 March 2010

level 1 and 2 participants will explore a variety of classic and contemporary texts from past, present and future Citizens Theatre productions. The sessions are led by a professional drama director with guest visits from the Citizens Theatre’s artistic team. lEvEl 3 Advanced Mondays 7.30-9.30pm Designed specifically for those who have completed nightschool level 2, this class focuses on performance techniques allowing students to enhance and develop skills built in earlier sessions. level 3 participants will work towards an informal performance at the end of the course. Sessions will be led by a variety of guest artists and directors.

(10 sessions)

maKe it WorK CREATIvE COMMUNICATION SKIllS TRAINING Does your business involve talking to people? So does ours!

level 2 & 3 Mon 18 January – Mon 22 March 2010

our trainers are actors and theatre professionals who will share the tools of their trade to improve what you already do.

COST £80 (£55 concession). Must be paid in full at time of booking.

you can enjoy practical skills-based training in the Citizens Theatre or at your place of work on a date that suits.

summer term

We offer three main courses:

(9 SESSIONS)

PRESENTING WITH IMPACT Wed 21 April, 10am-4pm how can you present more successfully and feel more at ease?

level 1 Tue 20 April – Tue 15 June level 2&3 Mon 19 April – Mon 28 June 2010 (no classes on Mon 3 May & 31 May) COST £75 (£50 concession). Must be paid in full at time of booking. All courses suitable for adults 22 years+ Call the Box Office now to book a place on 0141 429 0022.

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NETWORKING WITH EASE Thu 22 April, 10am-4pm explore different approaches to sharing what you or your company does. This course shows you how to engage with people easily to build relationships, partnerships and clients.

TEAM BUIlDING Give your team the chance to work together more creatively, communicate more effectively and boost team spirit. BOOKING Cost per person (includes buffet lunch) Individuals/Freelancers £105 Education/Charities £125 Businesses £170 Group discounts available. We offer half day or full day courses and can shape training to fit your needs and budget. Get in touch to discuss your needs: louise Brown louisebrown@citz.co.uk 0141 418 6273

“ Fantastic approach. Great training and flexible enough for me to apply to different contexts” GlASGOW UNIvERSITY lECTURER


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i’M A CITIZEN

i have developed a close connection with the Theatre both personally and professionally. As Principal Teacher of Drama at Bannerman high School, i view the work of the Citizens as an extension to our drama curriculum and have always felt strongly that children need to experience the magic of watching a live play. There’s always an open door at the Citz, it’s a theatre for the people, it’s accessible and it takes this role very seriously. KAREN BORlAND, AUDIENCE MEMBER

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What you get at the Citizens is a complete theatrical experience. From the moment you negotiate the revolving doors, you’re out of the humdrum everyday world and into the magic of the place. There’s such a welcoming atmosphere and you get to see plays here that you would have little chance of seeing elsewhere done in a distinctive style which is the Citizens own. IAN MIlNE, AUDIENCE MEMBER


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off the paGe PlAY READING SESSIONS informal and sociable meetings aimed at those who are young at heart and mature in years! Join us to read from a play which shares themes with a show in the Citizens spring season. These sessions are all about giving voice to the characters from the comfort of your seat, and talking about the story and the people in it. over three sessions, meeting weekly from 2-4pm, the group will explore scenes from the chosen play. DRESS CIRClE BAR Thu 11, 18 & 25 March, 2-4pm Tea & coffee provided ÂŁ15 for all three sessions Call the box office to book 0141 429 0022.

access to the citiZens The Citizens provides a variety of services to facilitate access to the theatre. Our staff are trained to make your visit easy and enjoyable. If you would like more information on any of the services detailed below please call our Box Office. We are also keen to hear feedback on the services we provide and how we can improve them further. Please contact the Box Office with this feedback at any time or you can email us on access@citz.co.uk

WHEElCHAIR ACCESS Wheelchair access is available in the stalls area of our main theatre and in our studios. look out for the symbol on our seating plan. Adapted toilets are also available. GUIDE DOGS ARE WElCOME

What DiD you thinK? There are loads of ways to send us your feedback. Rate the show you’ve just seen you can now leave your comments on our show pages. Text your feedback Text the word CiTz and your comments to 61211. normal text charge applies.

Fill in a feedback card after the show Email info@citz.co.uk Write to us at Citizens Theatre, 119 Gorbals Street, Glasgow, G5 9DS.

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FREE CAR PARK Free parking is available in our car park adjacent to the building which provides level access to the theatre and foyer. Marked parking bays for disabled and parent and child access only are available. entry is via Crown Street & laurieston road. INDUCTION lOOP induction loop and infrared systems are provided. Please ask our Box office staff to advise on the best seats to book, to optimise the hearing benefits from this system. A AUDIO DESCRIPTION Available on certain pre-advertised show evenings or afternoons, visually impaired theatre-attenders can listen to a description delivered around the dialogue of a performance through a headset. infrared headsets are available on request from the Box office and can be reserved at the time of booking. you are also welcome to bring your own headset if you prefer. look out for the symbol in our diary to find out what performances are available with this service.

TOUCH TOURS Touch tours are also available in advance of each audio described performance. Please book two weeks in advance through our Box office. S SIGNED PERFORMANCES We offer a Sign language Theatre interpreter on stage during certain performances. look out for the symbol in our diary to find out what performances are available with this service. C CAPTIONED PERFORMANCE Captioning converts the spoken word into text which provides access to live performance for people with hearing loss. in captioning the words appear on a screen at the same time as they are sung or spoken. Captions also include sound effects and offstage noises. look out for the symbol in our diary to find out what performances are available with this service. For more information on captioning please visit www.scottishtheatre.org


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“ We are delighted to support the Citizens Theatre, a company which provides an unrivalled range of cultural experiences within the community and is testimony that the Arts are for everyone.” SCOTTISHPOWER

We’re committed to putting people at the heart of our theatre and whether you’re an individual or a business of any size, we would like to invite you to join a growing number of Citizens who actively support us. You’ll be in good company CORPORATE CITIZENS • Secure a creative outlet for your company’s corporate social responsibility needs • Gain profile for your company’s work in the cultural sector • Align your brand to one of Scotland’s and the Uk’s leading producing theatre companies • Access high quality training courses that use innovative drama techniques • entertain clients in a unique and creative atmosphere The support we receive is vital to the development of our work on stage and in the community. We would like to warmly thank the following for their support: SPONSORS ScottishPower Scott & Co CORPORATE MEMBERS STARS Dalkia energy & Technical Services Pointer ltd

CORE FUNDERS

lEADING ARTISTS Milne Craig ltd rutherford & Macpherson CAST The Belhaven Brewery Company ltd Db houston Dunning Design leyton Consulting Macdonald reid Scott McConechy’s Tyre Service ltd Merkland Tank ltd Mitchells roberton Scottish Council for Development and industry Virgin Trains WDM Chartered Accountants TRUSTS & FOUNDATIONS PUBlIC SECTOR FUNDERS The Bellahouston Bequest Fund The Binks Trust The Craignish Trust Dr e Calder’s Foundation esmée Fairbairn Foundation The Gordon Fraser Charitable Trust The John liston Trust JTh Charitable Trust The Merchants house of Glasgow The Mickel Fund The robertson Scholarship Trust The robertson Trust The Saints & Sinners Club of Scotland The Trades house of Glasgow The Commonweal Fund The W.M. Mann Foundation

The Scottish Arts Council – lottery Funds The Scottish Government – Science engagement Grant South lanarkshire Council

FUnDer FoCUS St Enoch and Citizens Theatre win Arts & Business Award St enoch’s sponsorship of our 2008 Christmas production, The Wizard of oz, won ‘The new or returning Sponsor Award’ at the prestigious Arts & Business Scotland Awards 2009. St enoch signed up for production sponsorship of our Christmas show because our partnership offered an exciting mix of creative marketing and promotional activities including themed shopping events and opportunities to meet the cast in-store. Their sponsorship also supported our associated programme of outreach workshops and reflected the Centre’s own commitment to developing its role within the local community as a socially responsible business.

INDIvIDUAl GIvING our aim is to create outstanding theatre, to nurture young talent and to develop groundbreaking education programmes. To achieve all this we need your help. each year, in addition to the valuable income we receive from ticket sales and our core funds, we raise substantial sums from other sources. right now you can make a contribution which goes to support our artistic work on stage and our pioneering work in our communities. in return we are pleased to offer you opportunities to get closer to the company. Front Row @ The Citz All donations will be gratefully received and supporters invited to an annual event to meet with the creative team. Citizens Seat Dedication Scheme £500 Dedicate a seat in our Victorian auditorium to a loved one, or someone you admire and respect. We can help you remember someone special and plan an event to mark the occasion.

Winning the prestigious Arts & Business Award gained well-deserved recognition for this partnership.

Cashback for Communities Fund Dumfries & Galloway Creative education Arts Team east renfrewshire Council north lanarkshire Council

FIND OUT MORE For further information of how to get involved please call the head of Development on 0141 418 6240 or visit the Support section of our website. (l-r) iain Valentine – Whitespace (Award sponsor), Mandy orr - Citizens Theatre, Ann ledgerwood – St enoch Centre and Michael russell – Minister for Culture, external Affairs and the Constitution.

CiTizenS TheATre liMiTeD registered in Scotland no. SCo22513 and is a Scottish Charity no. SCo0133


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PREvIEWS £4

£7 TUESDAYS

Anything can happen at previews – but that’s what makes it exciting! Be part of the creative process as productions are given their first airing to the public. lIMITED SEATING AvAIlABlE.

every Tuesday night performance just £7 for any seat in the house! The perfect deal for bargain-hunters. *except Backbeat, all Monday performances £7

OFFERS AvAIlABlE FOR All PERFORMANCE SPACES

circle stuDio & stalls stuDio

OPENING HOURS The Box office is open 10am-6pm, Monday to Saturday and to 8pm on performance evenings.

All TICKETS £12 Concessions – see below. All seats unreserved.

choosinG your seat – main theatre

Please note at performance times, priority must be given to audience members attending the show.

concessions All PERFORMANCE SPACES SENIOR CITIZENS £3 off all full price tickets. Matinees £7 any seat in the house. DISABlED £3 off all full price tickets, + companion comes free. Matinees £7 any seat in the house. STUDENTS & UNWAGED £7 any seat in the house. CHIlDREN £7 any seat in the house. GORBAlS CITIZENS CARD-HOlDER £4 any seat in the house.

METHODS OF PAYMENT We accept payment by cash, cheque, Mastercard, Maestro and Visa. Please make cheques payable to Citizens Theatre limited. lATECOMERS Due to the nature of the performance space, there is no late admittance to the Circle or Stalls Studios under any circumstances. latecomers may be admitted to the Main Theatre if there is a suitable break in the performance. GIFT vOUCHERS looking for gift ideas? our gift vouchers are the perfect present, redeemable against tickets for all productions. Ask our Box office for more details.

EQUITY, SCOTTISH SOCIETY OF PlAYWRIGHTS, BECTU & MUSICIANS UNION CARD-HOlDERS £3 off all full price tickets.

PRICE BAND

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II

III

Previews

£4

£4

£4

Tuesday

£7

£7

£7

Wednesday

£14.50

£12

£9.50

Thursday

£14.50

£12

£9.50

Friday

£17

£15

£10

Saturday

£17

£15

£10

Matinees

£12.50

£12.50

£10

*for all Backbeat performances, Mondays £7, Tuesdays £14.50/£12/£9.50

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FAMIlY TICKETS For all of our children’s theatre performances. Family of 3 Family of 4 Family of 5

£18 £24 £30

Standard single ticket price £7. SCHOOl GROUPS All teacher and pupil tickets £7 + 1 free with every 10 tickets purchased.

All concessions and discounts are subject to availability and can not be used in conjunction with any other offer. Please bring proof of eligibility when picking up your tickets. All information correct at the time of going to print but may be subject to change.


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february Mon 8 TUe 9 WeD 10 ThU 11 Fri 12 SAT 13 Mon 15 TUe 16 WeD 17 ThU 18 Fri 19 SAT 20 Mon 22 TUe 23 WeD 24 ThU 25 Fri 26 SAT 27

BACKBEAT 7.30pm P BACKBEAT 7.30pm P BACKBEAT 7.30pm P BACKBEAT 7.30pm BACKBEAT 7.30pm BACKBEAT 7.30pm BACKBEAT 7.30pm BACKBEAT 7.30pm BACKBEAT 7.30pm A BACKBEAT 7.30pm BACKBEAT 2.30 & 7.30pm BACKBEAT 7.30pm BACKBEAT 7.30pm BACKBEAT 7.30pm C BACKBEAT 7.30pm S BACKBEAT 7.30pm BACKBEAT 2.30 & 7.30pm

BACKBEAT 7.30pm BACKBEAT 7.30pm

WeD 3

BACKBEAT 7.30pm

ThU 4 Fri 5

BACKBEAT 7.30pm BACKBEAT 7.30pm

SAT 6

BACKBEAT 2.30 & 7.30pm

Mon 8 TUe 9 WeD 10 ThU 11 Fri 12 SAT 13

MEDEA 7.30pm MEDEA 7.30pm D MEDEA 7.30pm MEDEA 7.30pm MEDEA 7.30pm

Mon 15 TUe 16 WeD 17 ThU 18 Fri 19 SAT 20 Mon 22 TUe 23 WeD 24 ThU 25 Fri 26 SAT 27 Mon 29 TUe 30 WeD 31

CHING ROOM/MOIRA MONOlOGUES 7.30pm CHING ROOM/MOIRA MONOlOGUES 7.30pm CHING ROOM/MOIRA MONOlOGUES 7.30pm CHING ROOM/MOIRA MONOlOGUES 7.30pm CHING ROOM/MOIRA MONOlOGUES 7.30pm THE FURIES/lAND OF THE DEAD/HElTER SKElTER 7.30pm THE FURIES/lAND OF THE DEAD/HElTER SKElTER 7.30pm THE FURIES/lAND OF THE DEAD/HElTER SKElTER 7.30pm D THE FURIES/lAND OF THE DEAD/HElTER SKElTER 7.30pm THE FURIES/lAND OF THE DEAD/HElTER SKElTER 7.30pm THE lIEUTENANT OF INISHMORE 7.30pm THE lIEUTENANT OF INISHMORE 7.30pm THE lIEUTENANT OF INISHMORE 7.30pm THE lIEUTENANT OF INISHMORE 7.30pm THE lIEUTENANT OF INISHMORE 2.30 & 7.30pm

MARY QUEEN OF SCOTS 7.30pm / MY NAME IS RACHEl CORRIE 7.30pm P MARY QUEEN OF SCOTS 2.30 & 7.30pm / MY NAME IS RACHEl CORRIE 7.30pm P MY NAME IS RACHEl CORRIE 7.30pm SUDDENlY lAST SUMMER 2.30 & 7.30pm / MY NAME IS RACHEl CORRIE 7.30pm SUDDENlY lAST SUMMER 7.30pm / MY NAME IS RACHEl CORRIE 7.30pm MACBETH 7.30pm / MY NAME IS RACHEl CORRIE 7.30pm MACBETH 7.30pm / MY NAME IS RACHEl CORRIE 7.30pm MACBETH 7.30pm / MY NAME IS RACHEl CORRIE 7.30pm MACBETH 7.30pm / MY NAME IS RACHEl CORRIE 7.30pm MACBETH 2.30 & 7.30pm / MY NAME IS RACHEl CORRIE 7.30pm

STEWART lEE 8pm CHRIS ADDISON 8pm JENNY EClAIR 8pm SHAPPI KHORSANDI 8pm JUMPING MOUSE 2.30pm

THREE SISTERS 7.30pm THREE SISTERS 7.30pm

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STUDIO SPACES

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A FUNNY vAlENTINE / MY NAME IS RACHEl CORRIE 7.30pm A FUNNY vAlENTINE / MY NAME IS RACHEl CORRIE 7.30pm A FUNNY vAlENTINE / MY NAME IS RACHEl CORRIE 7.30pm A FUNNY vAlENTINE / MY NAME IS RACHEl CORRIE 7.30pm A FUNNY vAlENTINE / MY NAME IS RACHEl CORRIE 7.30pm

PlASTICINE 7.30pm

ThU 1 Fri 2 SAT 3 Mon 5 TUe 6 WeD 7 ThU 8 Fri 9 SAT 10 Mon 12 TUe 13 WeD 14 ThU 15 Fri 16 SAT 17 Mon 19 TUe 20 WeD 21 ThU 22 Fri 23 SAT 24 Mon 26 TUe 27 WeD 28 ThU 29 Fri 30

THREE SISTERS 7.30pm THREE SISTERS 7.30pm THREE SISTERS 7.30pm

PlASTICINE 7.30pm PlASTICINE 7.30pm PlASTICINE 7.30pm

TREASURE ISlAND 2.30pm P TREASURE ISlAND 2.30 & 7pm TREASURE ISlAND 2.30pm TREASURE ISlAND 7pm TREASURE ISlAND 2.30 & 7pm THE MINISTRY OF FEAR 7.30pm THE MINISTRY OF FEAR 7.30pm THE MINISTRY OF FEAR 7.30pm THE MINISTRY OF FEAR 7.30pm THE MINISTRY OF FEAR 2.30 & 7.30pm

FROST & FIRE 7.30pm

THE GlASS MENAGERIE 7.30pm THE GlASS MENAGERIE 7.30pm THE GlASS MENAGERIE 7.30pm THE GlASS MENAGERIE 7.30pm

DES TEllS TAll TAlES 7.30pm DES TEllS TAll TAlES 7.30pm DES TEllS TAll TAlES 7.30pm DES TEllS TAll TAlES 7.30pm

THE GlASS MENAGERIE 2.30 & 7.30pm

DES TEllS TAll TAlES 7.30pm

BlUE HEN 7.30pm BlUE HEN 7.30pm BlUE HEN 7.30pm BlUE HEN 7.30pm

THE EvENT 7.30pm THE EvENT 7.30pm THE EvENT 7.30pm THE EvENT 7.30pm THE EvENT 7.30pm & FROST & FIRE 9.30pm

THE GRAPES OF WRATH 7.30pm THE GRAPES OF WRATH 7.30pm THE GRAPES OF WRATH 7.30pm THE GRAPES OF WRATH 2.30 & 7.30pm

ONE MIllION TINY PlAYS ABOUT BRITAIN 7.45pm P ONE MIllION TINY PlAYS ABOUT BRITAIN 7.45pm P ONE MIllION TINY PlAYS ABOUT BRITAIN 7.45pm ONE MIllION TINY PlAYS ABOUT BRITAIN 7.45pm ONE MIllION TINY PlAYS ABOUT BRITAIN 7.45pm

MORECAMBE 7.30pm MORECAMBE 7.30pm MORECAMBE 7.30pm MORECAMBE 7.30pm MORECAMBE 2.30 & 7.30pm

ONE MIllION TINY PlAYS ABOUT BRITAIN 7.45pm ONE MIllION TINY PlAYS ABOUT BRITAIN 7.45pm ONE MIllION TINY PlAYS ABOUT BRITAIN 7.45pm ONE MIllION TINY PlAYS ABOUT BRITAIN 7.45pm ONE MIllION TINY PlAYS ABOUT BRITAIN 7.45pm

may SAT 1 Mon 3 TUe 4 WeD 5 ThU 6 Fri 7 SAT 8 Mon 10 TUe 11 WeD 12 ThU 13 Fri 14 SAT 15 Mon 17 TUe 18 WeD 19 ThU 20 Fri 21 SAT 22 Mon 24 TUe 25 WeD 26 ThU 27 Fri 28 SAT 29

June

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TUe 1 WeD 2 ThU 3 Fri 4 SAT 5 Mon 7 TUe 8 WeD 9 ThU 10 Fri 11 SAT 12

ONE MIllION TINY PlAYS ABOUT BRITAIN 7.45pm ONE MIllION TINY PlAYS ABOUT BRITAIN 7.45pm ONE MIllION TINY PlAYS ABOUT BRITAIN 7.45pm ONE MIllION TINY PlAYS ABOUT BRITAIN 7.45pm ONE MIllION TINY PlAYS ABOUT BRITAIN 7.45pm

OUR HOUSE 7.30pm OUR HOUSE 7.30pm OUR HOUSE 7.30pm OUR HOUSE 2.30 & 7.30pm


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